Cammarelle beach

Sapri, SA

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The Cammarelle beach, also known as Spiaggia della Camerelle or Camarelle beach, is located north of Sapri in the Cilento, right on the opposite side to the tourist port of the seaside resort of Campania. The beach is small, a little over a hundred meters long, and mainly composed of gravel mixed with pebbles and rocks. The seabed is low, sloping and crystal clear. The water that washes the beach is extremely clean; its color reaches a shade of blue mixed with an intense blue, exceptionally beautiful to look at, as it is after all on the whole Cilento coast nicknamed also Blue Coast . The Cammarelle beach appears to be frequented mainly by local inhabitants, it is in fact a small town beach. There are not many services in the immediate vicinity; those who do not want to give up the comforts of beach establishments can choose the main beach of Sapri which offers numerous services for tourists of all ages and backgrounds. To get to the Camerelle beach you need to get to Sapri first. By car you can reach the locality of Campania via the E45 road. Alternatively, the Sapri train station is very popular with regional and inter-regional trains arriving from all over Italy. Le Cammarelle is a beach of Sapri more awarded with the prestigious Blue Flag . A curiosity : the story tells us that it was on the Quay of Cammarelle (or Camerelle ) that Carlo Pisacane landed during the Sapri expedition where he led three hundred men in revolt against the Bourbon government.

Cilento beaches



Reef, Sand, Shingle
Mediterranean maquis
Water quality
High season attendance


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